WHO Director General Tedros Ghebreyesus and Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca agree on enabling vaccine production globally without making intellectual property rights an issue.
Local Bosnian authorities are pleading for more resources to help the health system as the country battles a surge in infections with no vaccination drive in sight.
Among the first steps will be strengthening public finance structures to guard against risks, says Turkey’s President Erdogan.
The coronavirus has killed over 2.5 million people and infected more than 113 million globally. Here are the virus-related developments for February 26:
The data behemoth has been implicated in several human rights abuse scandals, and activists critique the secretive deal and its ramifications for the public.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has infected almost 100 million people around the world, with over 2.1 million fatalities. Here are updates for January 25:
Turkey is a leading country in the liver transplant industry and world-class surgeons like Yaman Tokat have saved thousands of lives in high-risk operations.
The robot approaches and warns customers who are not wearing masks or maintaining social distancing protocol, in the latest advance in Japan’s burgeoning service robot industry.
Yemenis are choosing to go without medical care because of stigma and fear, causing anxieties among those who need attention the most.
The pandemic and the George Floyd protests give society a rare window to push for change.
American civil society, undermined deliberately or unwittingly by both parties for short-term political gain or ideological satisfaction, is weaker than at any time since 1860.
At least 600 nurses worldwide are known to have died from the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected an estimated 450,000 healthcare workers, the International Council of Nurses said on Wednesday.
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